The self knowledge thing that everyone talks about seems to be occurring for me...it was so hard to figure out my emotions at the start of all this, but gradually, they are becoming easier and easier. Ha, famous last words. Must have found ZEN just for a day or two....
For sure, leading her on would be cruel. On the other hand, you might not want to forge a permanent solution if you and hubby are likely to feel differently in a few days.
*hugs* and best of luck!
Listen to what each person is saying. It seems like your husband has in the past said he wants to end and you push for things. It seems C has said things and they are what the be all seems to be. It seems like you push your feelings aside.
Why do you take all the fault? It seems when there are 3 people in a relationship, there is fault enough for all...It seems like you push your feelings aside.
I do feel a lot of responsibility....good and bad....through this whole thing. I tried so hard to make it work, but I am not that person. I thought I could. I feel rejected and left out, no matter what is happening....unless it is all in front of me. That is just me. Some people may call that 'nosy' or 'not minding their own business'.....but the feeling is the same, "left out...not picked for the team."
Sadly signing off....for now. I really am sad for you P2 and am crying for you and your hubby. (C can go to hell as far as I'm concerned)
(...later...)^ C had no business going over to P2 after her hubby had broken it off. P2 made an effort to ignore and actually TOLD C that it just should not happen. C kept pressing the issue. P2 is not completely innocent here, but C should have left her and her hubby alone as they BOTH expressed a desire not to see C again.
C could end up being a huge reason for a good marriage to split up. And for what? a piece of ass? Come on.